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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Samurai33, Mar 18, 2018.
In Japan, the law related to cryptocurrency has been amended. It is detailed in this lawyer's office newsletter (English).
Japanese laws and regulations are not restrictions on cryptocurrencies. It regulates exchanges.
The initiative of the examination when exchanges newly listed cryptocurrencies was transferred from the FSA to the JVCEA of the self-regulatory organization.
In Japan, there is no law prohibiting the listing of Dash, and JVCEA does not prohibit the listing of Dash. JVCEA prohibits the listing of coins that may not be audited and coins that may be used for money laundering rather than bitcoin.
Dash can be listed if the exchange that wants to list Dash persuades JCVEA and FSA.
Is such a problem in Japan only with Dash? Sorry, I'm not aware of the situation in Japan
The economy was at its peak in the 80s when I was a child. There was plenty of work and plenty of money for everyone. I never knew a homeless person or even a person who had problems making ends meet. No doubt they existed, but they were too infrequent to be noticed. Everyone was full of hope and enthusiasm for the future. New neighborhoods were being built everywhere with cheaply constructed homes for all the new young families.
A book came out in the mid-1980s in Japan called Child Shock. It said that birthrates were declining in Japan and would cause severe problems in 20 or 30 years. At the time we didn’t quite believe the predictions. It seemed a bit extreme.
Please read this thread from the beginning.
I like this country's approach to all things. They are very attentive for all parts of life. Many countries are still perceived with caution to cryptocurrencies. Sure, for Japan it will become commonplace very soon.
It was a nice thread...
Here is a detailed report about the Japanese blockchain industry.
This report has been made by Marta González for the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation, a joint venture between the European Commission and the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI).
Japan Blockchain Landscape: April 2019 — #EDCON recap by Yusuke Obinata (Obi)
no matter what, you can find a way out of any situation